He's described as an authentic guitar virtuoso and Bruce Mathiske is coming back to the James Theatre this month.
The world acclaimed guitar maestro returns to Dungog where his six strings are set to sizzle with fiery fretwork and tender harmonics from far flung corners of his guitar.
Back by popular demand Bruce will bring his unique style, playing bass, rhythm and melody simultaneously, captivating audiences with his musical excellence featuring many styles woven together with rhythmic authenticity.
In keeping with the nature of the historic treasure of The James, the tickets include a light afternoon tea to cap off the concert.
The event is on Sunday, May 19 at 2pm.
Tickets are $25 for adults and $20 for children.
You can book by phone on 49477443 or buy online at www.mathiske.com.
Read some of his reviews:
"Displays technical brilliance and mastery of genres with an admirable absence of ostentation. Mathiske is the finest all-round guitarist this country has produced"- Tony Hillier, The Australian
"The notes explode from both hands leaving you to wonder if there is another Mathiske in the wings. By the time he had added the didgeridoo and wowed us with outrageous harmonics from far flung corners of his guitar, we were all his." The Scotsman Edinburgh Festival
Bruce has given us a copy of his CD to give away to a fan. To be in the running simply email firstname.lastname@example.org with your full name and a day time phone number. Entries close Friday, May 17 at 5pm. Winner will be contacted by phone.